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about the fact that if labeling requires the greater than symbol or an arrow that shows the songs belong to the same medley, then there should be no track changes. This is obvious for HSF and many jams. Aside from Without a Net, why is there not one copy of this show that has H>S>F joined without a track change? Thanks for the upload nonetheless. Love this show from start to finish. Great recording, also.
Subject: Brent's rap/scat/solo on Rooster
Brent was on a ho nutha level at this point. How he holds that last note on the scat is fuckin' intense, and how he just commences to wreak havoc on the Ivory.
Excellent both in performance and sound quality! Definitely the best source for this show among the soundboards.
Subject: 2nd Set Step into Music
It was one of those "step inside the music and help conduct the show" nights during the 2nd set...
Those were my favorite kinds of shows... I think the next one I had like that was during the summer shows RFK 1990.
Nice to say, I'm getting that with the Further shows a lot!!!
Subject: A Very Fine Show and the Best Source
This is a very good 1990 show. Jerry is in fine voice throughout and is playing near the top of his game. This is around the first peak of the Dead's 1989-1991 Renaissance, so it's a must listen. Charlie Miller once again takes a cassette and makes it sound like a reel. Phil is very present in this mix as well as Bobby.
The show starts strong with the Franklin Triangulum. Little Red Rooster has Brent's verse, which he nearly spits out with raw blues grit. All over now, has a lilting country feel. Brent plays his B-3 solo with such passion, and Jerry stops just to listen. Bob cuts the solo off unfortunately. Jerry's solo answers Brents after the next verse. Set Two is just sublime. The whole show is a keeper. Get it.
Playing in the Band->
Uncle John's Band->
Insane, Jerry sounding Sweet
Subject: nicely done by the Fat Man
not a big fan of the 90's and I'm guessing Jerry was out of the hospital, and "Better". This show starts out strong but boomy audio makes me miss the '70's Betty Board Genius. Jerry's voice is excellent, with some special songs; China Doll>Uncle John very very nice. Standing on the Moon is also nicely done by the Fat Man. Yea, I miss him.
Mr. Charlie Dunn